Daniel Shirley’s career continues to flourish, with a Carnegie Hall debut and more

Daniel Shirley, MMus 2008, is enjoying a busy 2012-13 season.  A recipient of a 2012 Career Development Grant from the William Matheus Sullivan Foundation, the tenor made his Carnegie Hall debut in January 2013 under the auspices of Distinguished Concerts International New York.  He recently debuted with Madison Opera as Acis in ‘Acis and Galatea’, and joins the roster of New York City Opera as cover for Peter Quint in ‘The Turn of the Screw.’  Throughout the season Daniel continues his work with Chicago’s Music of the Baroque, and will be featured as tenor soloist in Handel’s ‘Israel in Egypt’ under Jane Glover.  He looks forward to debuting this summer with Sugar Creek Symphony & Song as Will Tweedy in Carlisle Floyd’s ‘Cold Sassy Tree.’  A doctoral student at the JSoM, Daniel continues his work with Professor of Voice Patricia Stiles.

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